The 2023 grant cycle is a closed cycle. No new or unsolicited applications will be considered. Please visit us again next year.
Applications (open to eligible applicants) October 31 – November 4, 2022
Current partners will need to submit an application for the 2023 grant cycle, CLICK HERE. This system is how we manage all our grants. It allows you to view your current and prior applications and is intended to simplify many of the grant related tasks.
If there is a NEW main contact for your organization, CLICK HERE to email us so we can update your organization’s contact information.
Please do not update this yourself.
The online system is set up for each organization to have one main contact (applicant). This main contact will be responsible for reading all correspondence, meeting all deadlines, and submitting required forms to maintain good standing with the Foundation. The main contact (applicant) will also be able to invite others (i.e., staff, consultants, fiscal intermediaries) to collaborate on an application and other forms.
Do you need a second contact for your account? It is possible that the main contact (applicant) is busy or out of the office and unintentionally overlooks an email from the online grant management system, resulting in a missed a deadline. The solution is to have a second contact (primary) who will be copied on correspondence and notifications from the grants management system, preventing missed deadlines.
Main Contact (Applicant): Program Director, Coordinator, Development Director, etc…
Second Contact (Primary): Executive Director, CEO or Administrative Assistant, etc…
CLICK HERE to view a short video on how the collaborate feature works.
Use the same email address and password that you used in the prior year.
For new contacts with existing organizations, please email the Foundation office with new contact’s name, email address and title before attempting to log in.
If you think that you or someone at your organization has already registered in the system, DO NOT create a new account. This could result in loss of historical information for your organization. Instead, please contact the Foundation office.